hi my name jamie XXXX age 23 back in December i was taken to court and given a 6 points and a 370 pound fine for driving with no insurance i went to hand my license in when they said u need both parts i lost my card part.i was made to fill in a d1 application forum sent the off and waited in April 2013 i was stopped by the police for not wearing a seat belt then sent on my way i got to my girlfriends house and 30 min later the cops were back to tell me i had my license revoked by the dvla bk in January the next i rang dvla to confirm this and the same day sent a new d1 application off now am being taken to court and i dont know why any help/advice would be great
FOR JOMO1972 wot will happen to me in court
FOR JOMO1972 5 years
yea spoke with them its for failing to hand it in for points but i thought some i.e the dvla were ment to inform me that they were going to revoke my license because how would i know i was committing an offense if was not informed... i dont see how i can be taken to court for committing an offense that i was unaware off under the 1988 road traffic act the person must/should be informed
FOR JOMO1972 i know all of the above thanks for the reminder but!!!
Where, in pursuance of section 115 of this Act, the Secretary of State revokes a licence, he must serve notice on the holder of the licence requiring him to deliver the licence and its counterpart forthwith to the Secretary of State, and it shall be the duty of the holder of the licence to comply with the requirement.) i was not severd my notice can i argue that in court
nothing thanks for your time
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